Cricket 22 has today launched its May 17 update on all platforms, so here’s the full list of changes and fixes with this patch. Today’s update, like most, should be taken as fairly light compared to most content updates for games out there. Cricket 22 isn’t seeking to reinvent the wheel with today’s changelog, leaving just three fixes that, while important, aren’t anything to write home about. That isn’t a reason to be upset with today’s update though, as fixes across the board for a game like this are great to see nonetheless. Without further adieu, here’s everything new with Cricket 22 in its May 17 update!
Cricket 22 May 17 Update Patch Notes
- Corrected wicketkeeper positioning for spin
- Corrected field setting tooltips
- Addressed pitch degradation causing non-progression
Keep in mind that the version number (and naturally the size of the update) will vary depending on what platform you play Cricket 22 on. Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One, for example, have versions 2528 and 2531 respectively. It’s likely to be something you won’t take note of, but it’s worth saying nonetheless. Beyond that though, today’s update doesn’t bring much. Having the wicketkeeper’s positioning for spin be corrected is nice for sure, but is likely more visual than anything. The same goes for field setting tooltips, especially considering it’s likely only useful for newer players. Finally is the pitch degradation issue being fixed which should make games go just a little more smoothly.
With that out of the way, hopefully, Cricket 22 feels just a tad better after the May 17 update. If you do run into any more issues with the game and wish to have them fixed, head over to the game’s official support page and submit whatever problem you may be facing. Otherwise, you can check out the official tweet for more information or respond to the game’s CEO.